A planned refugee camp in Sweden has been torched in a suspected arson attack.
Firefighters were called to the blaze in Eskilstuna, west of Stockholm, at around 11:00pm last night, but the building was almost totally destroyed.
Swedish authorities had wanted to house around 60 people in the former holiday camp.
It is the latest in a series of violent incidents against asylum seekers, just one day earlier a man with a sword killed two people in a racist attack at a Swedish school with many immigrant pupils.
Sweden, which is a country of 9.8 million, is likely to receive up to 190,000 asylum applications this year.
These figures make it one of the highest proportions of refugees per capita.